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    No Video Output

    My Wii isn't outputting any kind of video signal. Tried three TVs, and another set of cables. Audio works, I can even navigate through the menu and channels by sound. Ejects and accepts disks. It appears to be fully functional except for the video. I'm not sure if this counts as bricked, but it is unusable.

    There are a lot of variables so I'm not sure what may have caused the issue. I left my Wii on overnight, after downloading and playing a new wiiware game most of the day, and inserting Super Mario Galaxy 2 (but not playing it). I then lost power this morning. Its a launch day Wii if that matters. Please help!

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    sounds like the video encoder or the hollywood chip. theres not much you are going to be able to do with it without expensive tools and alot of skill.

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    Were you able to solve this problem? I am experienceing the exact same symptoms with my wii.

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    It's a hardware issue. As Bad_Ad84 said "theres not much you are going to be able to do with it without expensive tools and alot of skill. "

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    Best thing you can do is probably sell it on e-bay, so others can use it for spare parts. If you have bootmii as boot2, you could use cboot2 with disk drive lighter to see if it really is the video.
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    You could try using component cables (if available) if you where previously using a standard cable, or the other way around.
    I'm not sure if it matters at all on the Wii but that's the first thing i would have tried


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